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Glassey-Strauss representation of Vlasov-Maxwell systems in a Half Space

This paper is dedicated to the memory of the late Bob Glassey

CK is supported in part by National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1900923 and the Brain Pool program (NRF-2021H1D3A2A01039047) of the Ministry of Science and ICT in Korea

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  • Following closely the classical works [5]-[7] by Glassey, Strauss, and Schaeffer, we present a version of the Glassey-Strauss representation for the Vlasov-Maxwell systems in a 3D half space when the boundary is the perfect conductor.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 35Q61, 35Q83; Secondary: 35Q70.


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